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VENICE
Women gondoliers protest lower prize money than men

Women gondoliers protest lower prize money than men

 
ROME
COVID: 5,143 new cases, 17 more victims

COVID: 5,143 new cases, 17 more victims

 
ROME
Man confesses to murdering mother

Man confesses to murdering mother

 
TRIESTE
Boy, 16, and man, 26, die of methadone overdoses in Trieste

Boy, 16, and man, 26, die of methadone overdoses in Trieste

 
ROME
League man who shot dead migrant victim of sudden violence

League man who shot dead migrant victim of sudden violence

 
ROME
China OKs G20 Environment deal on energy and climate

China OKs G20 Environment deal on energy and climate

 
ROME
Mattarella OKs COVID support package but warns on norms

Mattarella OKs COVID support package but warns on norms

 
ROME
COVID Rt number rises from 0.91 to 1.26

COVID Rt number rises from 0.91 to 1.26

 
G20: NGOs call on leaders for post-pandemic climate package

G20: NGOs call on leaders for post-pandemic climate package

 
ROME
Heatwave to get more intense this weekend

Heatwave to get more intense this weekend

 
PERUGIA
Palamara indicted for corruption in Perugia

Palamara indicted for corruption in Perugia

 

Il Biancorosso

Sport
Focolaio tra i giocatori del Bari: predisposto il trasferimento dei 9 positivi

Focolaio tra i giocatori del Bari: predisposto il trasferimento dei 9 positivi

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

Potenzacovid
Basilicata, dilaga la variante Delta

Basilicata, dilaga la variante Delta

 
Leccemobilità
Niente biglietti domani nelle stazioni di Foggia, San Severo, Bari e Lecce

Niente biglietti domani nelle stazioni di Foggia, San Severo, Bari e Lecce

 
LecceIl caso
Nardò, in centinaia a ballare senza mascherina: 5 giorni di chiusura per il Ficodindia

Nardò, in centinaia a ballare senza mascherina: 5 giorni di chiusura per il Ficodindia

 
PotenzaAmbiente
Turismo, San Fele ci spera: «Vanno aperte tutte le cascate»

Turismo, San Fele ci spera: «Vanno aperte tutte le cascate»

 
Brindisiambiente
Brindisi, serbatoio Edison Gnl: No del Comune è danno per l’ambiente e la Puglia

Brindisi, serbatoio Edison Gnl: No del Comune è danno per l’ambiente e la Puglia

 
TarantoAmbiente
Taranto, video-trappole in azione contro gli incivili

Taranto, video-trappole in azione contro gli incivili

 
BatOra è in cella
Barletta, detenuto ai domiciliari coltivava droga

Barletta, detenuto ai domiciliari coltivava droga

 

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ROME

A lot to be done on COVID recovery pan says Gentiloni

Won't be a walk in the park says commissioner

A lot to be done on COVID recovery pan says Gentiloni

ROME, MAR 2 - There is a lot to be done on framing Italy's COVID recovery plan, European Economic Affairs Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni said Tuesday. "We cannot say we are late but it certainly won't be a walk in the park to complete the work", he said. Italy must set rigorous timeframes for absorbing and implementing EU COVID recovery funding, Gentiloni told parliament. He said this was all the more important given Rome's past difficulties in using EU structural funds. "It is clear that this is a particular challenge for our country," said Gentiloni. Gentiloni said the Draghi government was working with the Commission to boost the Conte recovery plan which "constitutes an important base for work, above all consistent with the thresholds of 37% for green investments and 20% in the digital sector". The other two points in the ongoing work between Rome and Brussles are "the quality and selection of investments" and long-awaited structural reforms to boost the economy and spur growth after COVID, especially "boosting the health system, fighting tax evasion, active labour policies, competition, making the civil service more efficient, and speeding up civil justice". Cutting business-stifling red tape, reforming Italy's bloated and inefficient civil service, and speeding snail-paced trials, all a drag on investment and growth, have long been recommended by economists and Brussels. The new government led by former European central banker, 'Super Mario' Draghi, the man who saved the euro with 'whatever it takes', has vowed to finally achieve these reforms. Implementing reforms will be a condition for the EU approving Italy's Recovery Plan, aimed at deploying 209 billion euros from the EU's Recovery Fund. In other remarks Tuesday, Gentiloni said he was "optimistic" that 13% of the recovery funds could be paid out early, before the summer. (ANSA).

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